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FOX News
Apr 8, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. chris? >> chris: shannon, thank you. more bad news for toyota. and the economic news of the day is mixed. details in three minutes. why do women like you love activia light? sometimes i have no choice but to eat on the run... and to eat whatever happens to be around. heavy greasy food that's hard on my diet... and my digestive system. so i eat activia light every day. activia light, with bifidus regularis is clinically proven to help regulate your digestive system. mmmm. the new taste is better than ever. and with only 70 calories activia light helps make it easier to watch my weight. it helps me feel good and look good too! ♪ activia! you've got to try it, >> chris: on the road to recovery, first time jobless claims are up. but so are retail sales? fox business correspondent jerry willis looks at the numbers. >> consumers are opening their wallet. the evidence showing today the economic numbers, sales at chain stores across the nation jumped 9% in march with some of the retail showing double digit gains, gains so big that it got wall street off-guard. it didn't hurt the spring weather
FOX News
Apr 9, 2010 4:00am EDT
: shannon, thank you. more bad news for toyota. and the economic news of the day is mixed. details in three minutes. jobless numbers jumped to five-week high. >> it's all about labor. at the end of the day, if a consumer feels the job is secure and incomes are going up, they will continue to spend. >> that is not the only head wind consumers are facing. interest rate and gasoline prices are on the rise. the retail sales for march were abliss, as they say, only time will tell. in new york, gerri willis, fox news. >> chris: stocks were up today. the dow gained 29.5. the s&p 500 picked up four. nasdaq finished ahead 5 2/3. ♪ >> chris: in this era of burgeoning budget deficit, people in many states are bracing for tax increases on everything from soda to hairstyling. correspondent anita vogel is tracking your taxes from los angeles. >> reporter: cities and states across the nation are deep in the red and desperate to raise some cash. that means raising taxes. everything from candy and soda to blueberries is being targeted. in washington state, they really want to soak joe six pack for posing
FOX News
Apr 19, 2010 6:00pm EDT
the manufacturer must by law provide you with basic information about it. just look at toyota right now. it's in big trouble because the government says it failed to tell customers about problems with sticky gas pedals. the same thing with goldman sachs. the government says it broke the law when it sold investment products to two european banks since 2007. and that it did not tell them basic required information. the products were securities backed by billions in subprime mortgages. goldman did not tell the banks that a very savvy investment manager john paulson helped to create the securities and then turned around and made bets they would eventually blow up. which they did. it was financial car wreck. costing the banks more than a billion dollars. paulson's firm made about a billion. the government says if goldman had told the banks about paulson's involvement, they might have thought twice. >> the key was misrepresentation that would have called the buyer not buy security or considered it an important factor whether or not to purchase it. >> now some charge the administration weft after
FOX News
Apr 6, 2010 4:00am EDT
it's seeking maximum fine against toyota for failing to notify it about the die affective gas pedals, the largest civil fine ever issued by the governor to an auto maker. secretary la hood says toyota knew about the problem in september but didn't issue recall until january. there are is two weeks to appeal and said it's made improvements with regulators and customers. stocks began the week on a positive note. dow up 46 and a half finishing just shy of 11,000 mark. s and p 900 gained nine and a third. oil and gasoline had hit 18 month highs. crude futures up $1.75 closing at $86.62 a barrel. gas averaging $2.83 per gallon up three cents from last week. nine cents from a month ago. >> on the road to recovery big gains in one important measurement of an important part of the economy. fox business correspondent jerry willis looks at the numbers. >> reporter: a key gauge of the housing market is looking up. pending home sales rose in february fueling to jump the home buyers tax credit. across the country mid west had the best performance, west stumbled with pending home sales dropping 4.
FOX News
Apr 7, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. thank you. >>> the "associated press" reports toyota executive wrote an internal e-mail that the company needed to, "come clean" about accelerator problems just five days before it announced a massive recall. a.p. says toyota warned european, russian, and middle eastern distributors about the problems months before it notified american regulators. general morl motors says it los $4.3 billion in the last half of 2009 as it struggled to repay government loans and emerge from bankruptcy, but they say there is a chance it will be profitable this year. the nation's largest auto maker reports a large gain in domestic market share in the first three months of 2010. >>> stocks were down today. the dow lost 72.5. the s&p 500 dropped 7. nasdaq gave back 5 2/3. >>> one of president obama's top economic advisors paul volcker is talking about a controversial new tax to help battle the deficit. fox business network correspondent peter barnes is here to tell us about the value-added tax. otherwise known as the v.a.t. good evening, peter. what is the v.a.t.? >> well, it's basically a national sales tax
FOX News
Apr 1, 2010 4:00am EDT
. the nasdaq gave back 12 3/4. >>> a top toyota executive says u.s. sales have surged 40% this month. thanks to heavy discounts in the wake of massive recalls. toyota has been offering 0% financing, low priced leasing, and free maintenance. the auto maker has recalled 8 million vehicles because of acceleration and breaking problems. >>> well, he spent 30 years serving his country. now there are questions about whether a state department employee was serving comone else, too -- serving someone else, too. new york responds to the russian subway bombings. mike mullen said establishing control of kandahar is the key to stopping taliban growing influence. the pakistani army says its soldiers repulsed in attack on check poi point close to afghan border. six soldiers and 25 militants were killed. swiss authorities say they cannot reopen money laundering case against pakistan's president because he has immunity. they revoked blanket amnesty covering thousands of other people from corruption charges. there was another twin suicide bombing in russia today. 12 people were killed in dogastan province an
FOX News
Apr 1, 2010 6:00pm EDT
, toyota, despite mno tiple pe to ced bct recall and reams of bad publicity, the auto maker lothat.ed sales gnighns of sev%. the big question, can car companies keep consumers coming in? >> it will be concermer eet it will be people getting back to work. job creation. eet weater economy. it's a new product as well. the ne to pe to ced bct excite plowple. vehicles have never been older than they are. people have to make a ickecision, at some poin. y do i rallonighr my vehicle or buy a new vehicle? >> regardless, this month nexu5ers may indicate a more confident consumer and that could be good news for the eet e pn ne to yoarl,to kerry fox news. >> chris: construction spending fell by 1.3% in he pebruary v thabis the lowest level since november of 2002. but the manxtacturering sector expanded in march at the strongest pace since july of 2004. stosince the dow gnighned 70.5. the s&p 500 finished ahead 8 2/3. nasdaq was up 4 2/din later in the t brow, correspondent ashvid lee miller looks at how one southern city is dealing with the recession. the rallowellican party may have some money woes,
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